What would you rather do – change or die? The answer might surprise you. (This is where I sourced one of the quotes from my sermon on Sunday night)
If you want your baby to listen to an iPod while it falls asleep, get an iCrib
Finished the last 40 psalms (21-60) in my lunch break. Next time, I think i’ll read more slowly, and look at the detail a little more, but I think having read them will help me understand tonight’s overview lecture.
Danes coffee. 381 King St, Newtown. Friendly staff greet you on arrival, and water is brought to the table even before you order – always a good start. The courtyard at the back has a choice of outdoor furniture, seating about thirty. It’s a breezy, laid back space.
Towards the front of house is an open kitchen’ and some more sun-drenched seating overlooking King St.
Coffee is well-made; the grinder is running to make the shots, it’s a drinkable temperature and the texture is smooth, and a little light. All that lets it down is the Danes coffee itself; i’m personally not a fan, but your mileage may vary.
Note: I was prompted to revisit after hearing from the new owners, but I didn’t identify myself.
It’s the read-slabs-of-the-bible part of semester. This week, just to keep up with what was covered in class, I read Ecclesiastes, Job, and Revelation. Yesterday, I read 30 Psalms over the course of two train trips. This week’s Old Testament lecture is on the Psalms, and so that’s the prescribed reading: all 150 Psalms. I don’t know that I’ll get through all of them, but I’ll give it a go.
Resources for New Testament Exegesis (of interest mostly to fellow college students, I would think)
Lessons in looking carefully – the story of Agassiz and the Fish.
Pictures of Chewbacca and family from the oft-denied Star Wars Holiday Special